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2022 Yonex NANOFLARE 555 *most interesting* racquet surprised Head Balance

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For some reason, there is no info regarding this racquet on any Yonex websites, I tried Japan, Taiwan, etc. NONE. So I thought I would share some info for anyone who is interested. Also I think this racquet is quite a rare, weird combo in this series. Also just wanna share how beautiful it looks since I tried to find photos on the internet and there was none. Otherwise TLDR, But if u like reading for some weird reason, here it goes:

I purchased this racquet because of the Instagram post from Yonex (yeah, super random but it was Christmas and Holidays) and it was so beautiful since I really like white racquet but the type of racquets that I play never available in white.

So I bite the bullet and bought it the first day it arrived in Australia. Thinking worse come to worse I will give it to my wife :( Also because I was so confused when checking the head balance with my finger. Thought I did something wrong. Long story shot BP 320 !!!! Weight in at 84g with string and original grip removed one layer or cushion wrap and one layer of supergrap. (FYI Interestingly the Yonex original grip is 6g while the Victor one is 8g). So the handle of my racquets are normally quite lighter than typical setup with original grip and 1 layer of supergrap. I would say my setup is the same as the Original racquet with the plastic on.

I love head heavy racquets but in the lower 4U weight regions. But all the racquets that I own never have this crazy BP. The ZFii I owned years ago was around. 312-315 or so (can’t remember exactly). All the TKFs I have are 309. (Very similar for the TK-9000s I still have in the garage 307 308)

All racquets are set up the same. Original grip removed, 1 layer of cushion wrap, then thin layer or supergrap with around 5-6cm cut off.

Was sort of eyeing the NF800 though the cracking issue really concerns me since I do hit hard and seems like mishit the frame is a no go. In my experience, the TK9000 is such a tank for example, it can take so much damage but never had any cracks after a few years of “abuse”.

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